Northern California Neurodiversity & Disability Symposium at Chico State

On February 2, 2024, join us at Chico State for a day full of valuable and informative sessions from leading advocates and experts in the field.  From building college connections, to life after 18 with autism – plus a keynote presentation by Dr. Temple Grandin herself – there is a wealth of resources and information guaranteed to help expand your personal and professional toolkits.  


Head on over to to secure your seats, today!  

  • Early Bird Registration: $150 (after January 1, price increases to $175)  
  • Chico State Faculty/Staff & Currently Enrolled (Spring ’24) Students: $50 (limited to 50 attendees total)
  • Group Registration (11 or more attendees): %15 discount  
  • Far Northern Regional Center Registration: $25 with approval 


Who should attend? Psychologists; marriage and family therapists; social workers; educators; students; school counselors; behavioral health professionals; nurses; physicians; emergency responders; children’s advocates; caregivers and parents – anyone that could benefit from cutting edge resources and information on neurodiversity & disability. 


What is the Northern California Neurodiversity & Disability Symposium? 

We aim to amplify the voices of those who identify as neurodivergent and/or disabled in the North State through educating families, service providers, and educators in our region – and beyond! This is a Chico State Professional & Continuing Education produced event, in collaboration with kinesiology professor Dr. Josie Blagrave and the Chico State Neurodiversity & Disability Task Force. Visit for more information.  


Feb 02 2024


8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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